Mini PC systems are great, especially for media or web browsing machines. They are very small and out of the way, they are easy to take with you, they have a small power footprint and they require hardly any maintenance at all. While most mini PC’s are great for doing simple tasks, what about gaming or more intensive tasks? This is where the Giada D2305 comes in. Powered by the Intel i5-3427U processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 graphics it is aimed at the mid-range to be an all around system that can perform basic tasks as well as intensive ones without any issues. Let’s see what the D2305 is made of shall we?+Continue Reading
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I’ve had a home theater PC for the longest time. My first one was just a normal PC that I connected to my TV. From there it has evolved getting smaller and smaller. With the progression of technology it is very impressive what all we can fit in to a small form factor (SFF) PC. Today we will be checking out the smallest form factor PC that I have ever seen! It is smaller than the Zotac ZBOX HD-AD02, Western Digital Live TV Hub and pretty much every other SFF we have got our hands on. Being super small it is still capable of HD playback, has 2GB of DDR3 memory, a 320GB hard drive, 4 USB ports and WiFi. So what is this SFF PC we are talking about? It is the Sapphire Edge HD2, let’s take a look…+Continue Reading
If you are a gamer you probably go to a lot of LAN parties. LAN parties are a lot of fun, but hauling all of your gear there is quite a pain, I know from experience. I hated hauling my huge full size tower and all of my accessories to the LAN party. With mATX gaming motherboards coming out it gives gamers another choice when it comes to building a new system. Match that motherboard with the Rouge SFF Gaming Chassis and you have the perfect gaming rig. Let’s take a look at the Rogue and see if it will persuade you to go the mATX route.+Continue Reading